lyze


lyze
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English-Russian big medical dictionary. 2005.

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  • -lyze — element for making verbs corresponding to nouns in LYSIS (Cf. lysis). Chiefly U.S.; the British preferring lyse …   Etymology dictionary

  • -lyze — [līz] [Fr lyser < nouns ending in lyse (< Gr lysis: see LYSIS) + er, inf. ending] combining form forming verbs to dissolve, decompose, etc. by a (specified) means [electrolyze] …   English World dictionary

  • lyze — par·a·lyze; pho·to·lyze; plas·mo·lyze; py·ro·lyze; sol·vo·lyze; …   English syllables

  • -lyze — verb combining form also lyse ˌlīz ( ed/ ing/ s) Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary, probably irregular from New Latin lysis + International Scientific Vocabulary ize or ise : to produce or undergo lytic disintegration or dissolution …   Useful english dictionary

  • -lyze — verb combining form ( lyzed; lyzing) Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary, probably irregular from New Latin lysis produce or undergo lytic disintegration or dissolution < electrolyze > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • -lyze — a combining form occurring in verbs that correspond to nouns ending in lysis: catalyze. Also, esp. Brit., lyse. [LY(SIS) + (I)ZE] * * * …   Universalium

  • lyze — SYN: lyse. * * * (līz) lyse …   Medical dictionary

  • Lyze — Lyzef SchülerineinesLyzeumso.ä.1920ff …   Wörterbuch der deutschen Umgangssprache

  • -lyze — aff. a combining form occurring in verbs that correspond to nouns ending in lysis: hydrolyze. Also, esp. brit., lyse • Etymology: ly ( sis) + ( ize) …   From formal English to slang

  • lyzė — lỹzė sf. (2) žr. lyzis: Įark lyzes į dirvą, juo sausesnė liks Ggr …   Dictionary of the Lithuanian Language

  • -lyze — → lyse …   Australian English dictionary

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